B12 Entertainment & Immersive TV Present...
Sunday 2nd OF May 7PM - 11PM
B12 Entertainment & Immersive TV presents a night of live music and music videos from some of our favorite artists and bands.
Starting 2020 with a sold-out single launch for their second-ever single 'Fake ID' in early February, Spyres went onto support Lauran Hibberd on her UK tour before joining Nothing But Thieves as main support at the BRITs Week x War Child shows.
Thanks to the pandemic, Spyres celebrated their first anniversary as a band in April this year with live streams for Dork's Homeschool Fest, Nordoff Robbins and Get Oan Wae It podcast's 'Sams Night' fundraiser.
Spyres have added a new festival date and reconfirmed all their live appearances for 2021; they are set to support The Jesus And Mary Chain at Glasgow's Barrowlands and make debut festival appearances at TRNSMT, Live at Leeds, Hit the North and Sonic Wave.
St. Clements met in August 2017 on a music college course and hasn’t been apart since. Having started out playing covers in venues across Glasgow and the west before deep diving into their own yellow-tinted world of songs, creating the likes of "Alice's Underwhelming Friday", "Carwash Disco" and "Great" Britain". Inspired by bubbly song-writing, St. Clements has created numerous singalong anthems eagerly awaiting release. The band has been described as "a breath of bright, upbeat and energized fresh air." and being reminiscent “of a child that's been given too much sugar when they are on stage. Electric."
Strange Dimensions are a Greenock based four-piece formed in February 2020. The band is made up of lead singer and rhythm guitarist Paul Leslie (17), lead guitarist Liam Docherty (17) who are cousins, whilst the rhythm section comprises siblings Anna & John Jack who play drums and bass respectively. All members are still at school.
The band hopes to one day stand alongside the bands whose gigs they have attended together such as The Snuts, DMAs & Inhaler. The band boasts an eclectic array of influences ranging from Fontaines DC to The Strokes, on top of which lie Madchester overtones with a sprinkling of classic rock.
East Kilbride based singer-songwriter who has been described by some as a Scottish Lee Mavers. Strong Britpop influences can also be detected in Paul’s two releases to date “Wrong Desires” & “Stay Close”. With a number of gigs penciled post-lockdown and a third single on its way, the future looks bright for the talented 24-year-old.
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